One of my partners in crime had just a few minutes before leaving to meet a client and asked me if she could have a testimonial of my work that involved Community Management. The problem was I didn’t, but it turned out not to be such a problem. Twitter saved me. I asked. And I
I attended an event on reputation management with Julia Chanteray last night where apart from some great tips on how to manage our reputation we were asked to tell the group what we want people to know us for. I thought it would be an ideal opportunity for me to log where I am now
Amongst the tiredness, this makes me feel young again. After all, if I’m in the Future 100 Young Entreprenuers, well I must be a wee junior of some sort. I made it as one of the top 100 Future Entreprenuers for ‘responsible businesses’. My name is on the list to prove it. StridingOut held an
So apparently January 24th is the most depressing day of the year. That’ll explain why my birthdays are never any good.
So I keep getting told that “I am everywhere” and that it “seems like I help organise everything that goes on digitally in Brighton”. So whilst that is obviously not true, I thought I would keep up with being a part of everything by joining up as a partner/co-director with the lovely James McCarthy and
This is my space. My blog. My little world to write about what is important…to me. It use to talk about Software Testing…my day job though increasingly not so much my day job. I moved my previous blog under the banner of DrivenQA – mainly to separate my professional stuff from the less formal. It
Seth Godin mentions (in his book Small is the New Big) multipational as people having more than one job and how it is increasingly difficult to define what you do in a few words. So I have to ask: “what do you do?” 5 years ago I would have had a simple answer: I’m a
…look no further for my software testing blog. I won’t move things again, I promise.